Alouk water station suspended for 19th time due to Turkish occupation practices

Hasaka, SANA- For the 19th time in a row, Alouk water station in the countryside of Ras al-Ayn in the northern countryside of Hasaka has completely stopped as a result of the practices of Turkish occupation that loots electricity dedicated to running the station.

General Director of the Water Establishment in Hasaka , Mahmoud al-Oukla, told SANA that the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries stole the electricity dedicated to Alouk station coming from al-Derbasiyah power station during the past few days, which led to the suspension of the station with its regular capacity to resume pumping water to the people in Hasaka.

Oukla added that efforts are being exerted to re-run Alouk station again. He said that the Establishment is working to provide drinking water to the people on a daily basis by filling the water tanks spread in the neighborhoods.

Nisreen Othman / Mazen Eyon

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